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The year is almost up!

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What an amazing year. To go from only a handful of Web site and anthology credits to six novels and several short story ebooks and anthologies. I, of course, couldn't have done it without you, my readers, and the amazing community of the other writers and editors at all of the publishers I have worked with. It's been great.

My last novella of the year, The New Game, will release tomorrow. I wrote this specifically for the artwork you see on the cover. It's a quick read with a lot of action. I hope you enjoy it!

Also, I hope you'll join a whole plethora of Loose Id authors at the Love Romances Cafe on Sunday. We're all planning special blog posts and giveaways to start your new year off right. Be sure to check it out.

Adoration of Addana out this week, just in time for the holidays

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The Adoration of Addana released Tuesday at Loose Id. Because it's a story so close to my heart, I'm donating 20 percent of my royalties from this title -- for as long as the book is in print -- to Habitat for Humanity and Rebuilding Together.

Please help me make the season brighter for people who are still trying to rebuild their homes in the New Orleans area by buying a copy.

Have a great holiday season!

Necessary Roughness to release in March

It looks as if Necessary Roughness will probably release in March at Loose Id. I'm quite pleased about that; it will be my first release of the new year, so far. I may be able to get a short story or two out before then as well, but I'm not entirely sure.

In the meantime, I've been reading Revision and Self-Editing by James Scott Bell. It's actually got a lot of great ideas in it, things that I hope to improve on in the future. I'll definitely make some changes when I get Necessary Roughness back from the first round of editing.

Also prompting changes is the recent review that I got for The Flapper and the Fellow. It definitely pointed out some weaknesses in that manuscript that I could see being a problem in Necessary Roughness too, since both heroines are unfamiliar with the BDSM lifestyle at the beginning of the books and, maybe a little too easily, adapt quickly to the dom/ sub relationship. I will need to throw in some more internal conflict for my heroine in N…

Rumpled Silk Sheets Released Today!

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Are you in the mood for fairy tales and delicious girl on girl action? Do you like a little romance and wonder with your erotica? If so, then you might want to check out the anthology that came out today from Ravenous Romance...

Rumpled Silk Sheets!
My story, "The White Bride," is included in this anthology edited by EM Lynley. Please check it out.